Who'd have guessed a seafaring epic starring Russell Crowe, recounting the exploits of a Royal Navy ship 200 years ago, would garner a lukewarm response from the Brits but arouse fervor in Spain…
Tony Kushner's first tuner, "Caroline, or Change," which opened Nov. 30 at the Public Theater, heralds a recent trend in musical theater. Kushner is one of a wave of established playwrights who…
Facing mounting criticism for their increasingly commercial programming, Germany's once sacrosanct pubcasters appear to be losing their grip on power as politicos demand greater financial…
Last week, SAG reposted on its Web site a list of worrisome distinctions between its expired pact with agents -- known as the Master Franchise Agreement -- and its replacement, the General Service…
And now it's time for "The Reagans" -- The Aftermath. After snowballing into a media snowstorm, the scrutinized telepic premiered last week on Showtime and proved that a furor does not equate to a…
The O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Conn., has named one of its founding members to be its first resident artistic director.
The government is earmarking $60 million to ramp up the media biz here in Singapore over five years.
A funny thing happened on the way to a new Trio documentary, which seeks to expose the Golden Globes as a fraud: NBC, which airs the profitable kudocast, merged with Trio parent Universal.
Television stations have proved a remarkably resilient business over the years, despite decades of viewing fragmentation and a schizophrenic local advertising market. But can the lucrative station…
The Shakespeare Theater has unwrapped plans for a new $77 million facility being billed as the centerpiece of this city's first affordable, midsized performing arts center serving theater, music and…